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From left: Elliman brokers Melanie Lazenby, Dina Lewis and Frances Katzen and 34 Greene Street

34 Greene sells out

The seven-unit Soho condominium at 34 Greene Street sold its last three units for a total of $19 million, according to a statement today from...

34 Greene sells out
Celeb photographer finds buyer for Greene Street penthouse after legal battle

Celeb photographer finds buyer for Greene Street penthouse after legal battle

Renowned celebrity photographer Ken Nahoum has finally found a buyer for his 1,800-square-foot duplex penthouse at 95 Greene Street,...

Celeb photographer finds buyer for Greene Street penthouse after legal battle
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Crown, Centurion purchase Soho’s Apple store for $75M

Crown Acquisitions’ Stanley Chera and the Apple store at 103 Prince StreetCrown Acquisitions partnered with Centurion Realty to purchase...

Crown, Centurion purchase Soho’s Apple store for $75M
Tiffany plans third NYC location in Soho

Tiffany plans third NYC location in Soho

Tiffany & Co. will be opening its third New York store in Soho next year, Reuters reported. The plan is for the 7,000-square-foot store to open in September 2012. Tiffany picked the location because...

Tiffany plans third NYC location in Soho
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A peek inside designer’s Soho showroom loft

Once a year, Piero Lissoni’s design company By Lissoni renovates its showroom loft space on Greene Street in time...

A peek inside designer’s Soho showroom loft
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Soho condo sues celeb photographer

95 Greene Street and Basia Milewicz Renowned celebrity photographer Ken Nahoum is being sued by the board of the condominium building in which he lives, at 95 Greene Street in Soho, who claim he...

Soho condo sues celeb photographer
Turn-key home furnishings company makes Big Apple push

Turn-key home furnishings company makes Big Apple push

The new Tui Lifestyle showroom at 136 Greene Street in Soho and (left to right) broker Brenda Powers and...

Turn-key home furnishings company makes Big Apple push
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Pop-up shops still popular in slow market

From left: 64 Wooster Street, the fifth floor of 42 Greene Street Two small production companies are touching down for 10 days each in vacant Soho spaces owned by Zar Property, according to David...

Pop-up shops still popular in slow market
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